Timeline - Part 2: Dordogne Summary & Analysis

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Part 2: Dordogne

Diane Kramer is given a tour of the archeological site in the Dordogne River valley in France. Kramer is frustrated with the lack of progress at the site because Doniger had hoped that they would be further along so he could use it to get more investors for the company. At the same time, the head of the site, Dr. Edward Johnston, is ambushed by a reporter at the site of the old flour mill. Johnston is not happy to talk to reporters, especially one who seems suspicious of the motives of ITC Research. This reporter seems to think the company is planning some sort of buyout in the area because she has information that they are quietly buying up the land around the archeological site. Johnston finds this assumption ridiculous and dismisses the reporter.

Kramer and Johnston talk for a...

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